After investing money in quality handsaws, the last thing you want to do is damage their teeth.

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After investing money in quality handsaws, the last thing you want to do is damage their teeth. For inexpensive protection, I bought a piece of vinyl siding undersill trim at the home center. After cutting it to the exact length of my handsaw's blade, I removed the nailing strip by scoring it with a utility knife and giving it a few bends. The result: a snug-fitting and affordable blade protector.
—John Swank, Piqua, Ohio